When everything is on the line, Bronson Bills is the attorney you want. Throughout his career, he has changed people’s lives in high-stakes cases at the state and federal levels. He’s both a legal scholar and a litigator—showing incredible skill in the theory and practice of the law.
Bronson Bills had earned his bachelor’s degree at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City when he felt a calling toward the law. Like many future attorneys, he applied to law school to make a difference in people’s lives. He was accepted at the law school of The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C., where he would discover his aptitude for trial advocacy and scholarly legal work.
After graduating from law school, Bronson took a job as a judicial law clerk for U.S. Senior District Judge J. Thomas Greene, United States District Court, District of Utah. Bronson then went to work for law firms in Washington D.C. and Utah, where he is licensed to practice.
As a lawyer, Bronson has made good on his commitment to making a difference in people’s lives. He has represented individuals against big corporations in toxic tort and product liability cases in state and federal courts throughout his career, successfully helping them recover millions of dollars in compensation.
As a legal scholar, Bronson was a visiting associate professor of law in North Carolina, where he taught civil procedure to first-year law students. He has also published law review articles in Georgetown, Northwestern, and University of Connecticut law journals.
Bronson is a big baseball fan and was a college player, helping his team to the Junior College World Series in Grand Junction, Colorado. Bronson also enjoys spending time with his wife and children, golf, fly-fishing, art, writing, and literature.